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LOCAL WHITHER RETORT,
ll. S. Sio. Hun., OnsKKVun'n opfick. J
One je Caiho, April 7, IsTS, 10:11 p.
advs lUmtncler H0.
so, tools Thermometer 51 degree,
fbroem AVInd north, velocity 12 miles per hour.
Mus-sonl Maximum temperature lt 21 hour. At
,Ono jesi:30 p.m., 01 dc(Tci.
j Minimum temperature, l.it 21 hours, nt
mi" I0:11 p. ni., M decree?.
' !. t Prevailing wind lift 21 hour?, northeast
rf Total number of mllc wind travelled, Isst
V n MOM"!
I.W21 hours, 1.10 Inches.
Invin "r. IIaii.vktt, Observer.
, e,ccl,on io.i cirv ati-aiincy.
itho Tir( We are authorized to announce II. Wat
?on Wehb n a candidate fur the otllrc of
Tils aiiurney nt the approaching municipal
In jmiI election.
J OIt MAYOIt.
We are authorized to nnuouuca Dr. Wll-
'Ham It. .Smith as a camlldato for mayor at
Rrsy hue ensuing municipal election.
Whr d We f authorized to nunounc .lame
-. atrajnc as a caiulitl.v.o lor mayor at tlic
approaching municipal election.
Vv- rem citv TitEARi'itr.it.
annolni We ro authorized to announco Mr. .lames
: A. Phlllls n candidate for the office of city
Henry trc.UfUrcr t rtt(ung municipal election.
In Cbh J' nru authorised to announce that ltob'1
A. Cunningham will ha a candidate for re
flection to the otllcc of cltytrenurcr. at the
" A Sjrn,"''l?"',"dclpal election.
A te ton cuv I'txtiK.
out of v'c arc uithorled to muomicc .Michael
makin- ,, Hdwlcy a a candidate tor re-election for
nJ ' hc offlco of city clerk, at the cn-iiln inn
ths en ..1......
I Ott rOMCK MAIitSTIlATE.
We are authorized to announce .Mr. James
tirainerwell u. a .candidate for tho office ol
on n to police magistrate at the cinuins tnunlclpil
VJn mrt nnhriri In nlniAtlMpo Ilin lift, ha
chrS ..rClurlosMchner.E.o,., a candidate for the
railroa office of police magistrate at the ensuing
Wc arc authorized to announce Mr. James
"'"""ityanaeandldita for the oiflcc of police
.j.maxl'trati at the ensuing municipal elec
tion. have I ... ...
We are authorized to announce William
lliu ft p. lMtchor.ua camlidato for the office ot
mo of )!icc magistrate, at the ensuing municipal
euro Vzu-w-V1 or Oitno : I am n
candidate lor rc-cloctlon to the office of po
In nrdiire inagt'tratc. Tour years ago I did not
tadcra believe It was pos-Iblo I ihou'd lit e to ask
. oillco again at your hand, but having In a
Kreat measure recovered my health, and
needing thu income tho po-itlon atlord", I
a?aln appear berorc you In the capacity ot a
wry o Candlilate,and rcpeelfully solicit your gen
of I qi crous support. It. SittN.NtssY.
We arc authorized to announco 1). J.
remnr t'l)"a a candldtc for AMct man In the
I ourth wnnl.
Wo aro authorized to nuuomio! .1. it. Cun
ningham as a candidate for alderman In the
We aro authorized to iinuoiiiii-n llm n irim
ttnen ff C)aj () if. caIiItU for alder
aro nt mm Iroir the Fourth (4) ward, at the cniu
States luunlclpal election.
lly authority tve announce tli it M. J. Mc
Tin Iatilcy will bo a candidate lor nldcrman
wnll8 from the Fourth ward at the approaching
Pv,a Fifty thousand envelope Ju.t received at
namoi ttio ItULLKTI.V office . tl
A number ot Mound Cltr
i . -
kiiqw in town yesterday.
o i:nvclopo5 furnlfhed and printed at tho
prove iit'LLKTiN' Omen at to ftl per thousand
overa l'ollee biislnC'S was not brl-k yctcrday.
low tl Only one or two caccs were reported, and
I hey were of no Importance.
F. M. Ward is tiowpicparcd to deliver the
best of (.awed and split hickory wood ,to any
part of the city. AUo all kin Isoftvood niiil
coal always on hand. !! .23 tf.
Tho place to lmy wall paper and window
Minde U No. 2 Hlsah street, oppo'lto Win
icrV block, where .sou can buy cheaper
(ban any place In the city. II. Aiii.k. tl
Circuit court, .ludgo Hakcr ireIding, con.
tcned yesterday. Tb forenoon was taken
up In swearing In the grand Jury. F. II,
l'opc, comity attorney, delivered the'
A down-town rcrlilciit tuada three trips
to tho court-hoti.e mU vicinity ycu rday, to
get earth to till up Ids wife,. ilower beds,
lie carried It home In tho fwiu ol mud on
the ouUldo at h boote.
It should be borne in mind that this h thu
l.i't day tho legNlering books will bo open
ocroto the city election. Let every voter
te tliBt his name Is on tho ll't, lor there is a
very st;ong probability that the city election
will, alter all, be tho liveliest Wc have had
for several years
Thomas. Watts, a member of one o( tho
companies of soldier which spent Sunday
In this city, died on board tho steamer
Fmma C. Elliott Just bcloio her arrival at
this poit. On Friday or -siturday Watts
Was bit ou thu neck, near the Jugular vein,
by a spider. Wutts Hum would have ex
pired In about twenty d i), tvhtn ho would
again have been a free man. A soldier
named Camcrons of company F, loll over,
board on tho trip from LouUtillo to this city,
and was drowned.
The Sam Ilrotvu yeitcrday brought a tow
ol coal from 1'lttsburg to this city, and look
two brg of coke up tho Mississippi to
meet the Vt ra. Cowcn, when she will ex
change tow mid return to,l'lttburg. In
days past the Sfim Drown used to be a regu
lar Cairo nnd .St. Louis iiutltullou, und has
probably mndo a greater number ol trips
between thrso polnta than auv othur tow.
' boat. It has been sometime nce shu was
at otfr wharf, before hating been In uctlvu
ertlco between Louisville and Flttshurg.
J". Jllankcnbutg. comer or Washlngtoii
uvcutto and FoiirtcciithWfvi-t, ln engaged
Uio i-rrto of m exiieTlcuced baker, aud
now turns out tho.inost excellent bread and
dellulotu cakes baked In this city. Families
will bo supplied With any quantity desired
of fitter wheat or rye bread, and with all
kind of "jiweet" cake, cookies, Scotch
cakes, tea aud ginger calf t, sponge and
pound cakes, etc., etc .Housekeepers get
your bread and cake of Jilankoubtirjf, and
j'ou will be happy.
JJThe presence of several hundred soldiers
In the city Sunday and yesterday tetidod to
remind our peopto ot "war times," when
one only In about every ten men to he seen
! on otirMrectt was a citizen.
At the annual election of officer ol tho
Arab 1'lro company last night, the following
were clccjsd lor the ensuing year:
President, Z. D. Mathun i vice president,
A. I.ohr; secretary, T. .1, Kcrth ; trca
urer, Wood Itlltenhou'o J board o: ul
rectors. A. I.ohr. .1. II. Ktttenhousc, .. D
Mnthti", Leo Kleb and Henry I.atner; fore
man of the cmrlnc, I,co hlcb : assistant
foreman of the engine, Christ Anther ; fore.
man of the hoc,IM Dezonla; aslstant fore
man of the hose, M'm.Itlec.
On last Thursday night three men con
fined In the Jail at (Jolconda, broko out and
made their ecape. They went to within
short distance of Vienna, where they slept
In a haystack until dark. After nilit they
went Into the town and made Inanities n to
the arrival and departure of train pacing
tli.it place. Two nt them named Moore and
McCurlocV, mo charged with murder,
while the third, a colored mm, was indicted
for shooting at n loan. Moore and .Mcl'ur-
lock were arrested near Vienna, hut the
negro got as lar ns l-'smian station before
liU pursuers came tip with him. A reward
of ?3oo was ottered lor the arrest of the last
named. They were n'l taken back to (Sol
in tul city, SnbbAth morning, April C, ol
ccreb-c-splnal mcnlngltl", Charles Thorns
Infant sou ol Mr. and Mrs. Kami. '
,V lorely ilower, too fair for earth, has
been transplanted to the Master's garden.
An angel form Is beckoning lather, mother,
sisters and brother to be sure to meet him
in the better land.
"It is well with the child." lor "Of such Is
th kingdom of heaven.''
Died April 7, at 0 o'clock, p. ui., Laura
Alice Moore, aged 15 year, after a painful
lllncs of lite weeks duration. The funeral
will take place this altcrnoon at 21 o'clock
by the rvgul.tr altcrnoon train.
MIs Moore wa lor many years a member
of the Thirteenth street public school, and
a regular attendant of the M. K. Sab'jath
school, ami much respected by her teachers.
Lo't A gold hoop car-ring. The above
' reward will be paid to the pv.tou leaving
the ;rlng at my livery
table, Tenth street,
H. F. FlET.ti.
A pleasant, cheerful room, eltuatcd on
acventh street between Walnut street and
Commercial avenue, to lie used as a sitting
and sleeping room. Apply to
H. F. UcnxsitiK,
3-3itf C. and V. railroad office.
HEAL ESTATE FOK SALE.
1 will sell lot numbered 12 In block 49. tint
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
hoenow 'taudiugon ild lot will be moved,
leaving a good brick cellar, el'tern nnd out-
Loii'cs. For particular, enquire at my shop
on Twentieth 'tract. Wm. Kit leii .
Cairo, Ills., April 1, 1b73.
Wc h.ttu this day entered Into a pirtner
'hip for the purpo'C of doing a general com
ml'slou and produce business. The style ot
our tinn will be Davl V Linton.
E. F. Davis,
4-3-"!t N. Linton.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Klghth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
jti't opened out a stock of new and fa'hlon
ablo millinery good. She has one hundred
and lift y dltrcrent styles of hatn and bonnet",
bc'ldealarge asrtmeut ot ribbons, (low
ers and notions ol all sorts, all of which wll
be wild at the lowct prices.
10 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCKItN.
ThU ! to ccrtlty that 1 have this day
traii'fcrcd nni hold to Jolui Smith all ne
eouutn due mo tip to this date, for and In
'what 1 deem a good and equivalent comldera
atlon, and that said. Tohu Smith Is duly and
lawfully entitled to polled all accounts due
mo up to this date, this tho 2d day of "April,
A. D.lS'a. .IA'. KYNASTOX.
CAWto, IllinoK, April 2, 187:1. Ul-Ci
It should not be forgotton thatTiiC'day,
April S, will he the last day the registry
books will be open ; and that all person.
who fall to sec that their names are on the
registry llt will, on election day, hate to
"stvar In'' their tote-. Let every legal
Totcrsco that Ids name I- on the roll bclorc
election day comes. 4-.V2t
VA I.l'AHLK lT.Ol'KUTY FOH SA LK.
A GOOD IIAUOAIN.
A scry dcrlr.vhlo summer residence, situ,
atcd in tho town of Anna, Illinois, going by
the name ot the "Farln property." The
lioU'C has six large rooms, good cistern,
and ultahlc out-hoii.cs. This property Is
now otl'crcd lor side at a bargain. Terms
cub. Apply to C. Schick, Anna, Ills.
Or to X. M. Faiiin, Illnlilcvllle, I' v.
I am glad to bo able to announcu that 1
have so far lccovorcd my health as to bo
able to resume tho management of my shop,
My old cii'tomers will, therefore. undcrtand
that In the future, a In tho past, tint, If they
dcilro clean, easy shaves, fashionable hair
cutting, or tiny other service In my line, I
will be on hand to bestow upon them tuy
pgronal attention. My shop, as Is well
known, Is four doors from the corner of
Eighteenth street aud Commercial avenue,
where I Invite my old Irlcnds and new cuto
men to call and see me.
l-j-if CiKoutiK ItKiNi.sii, llarbcr.
Ltcr since tho endowment of Juvenile tit
maiilty with lingers and too, tradition has
transmuted to posttrlly tho entertaining
history of fivo remarkable pigs ; the largest
of which frequently performed the family
muikctlng ; while the last and Icantcncount
crcd un Insimiiouutable obstucla In the barn
ilcor sill, agulnt which ho made vociferous
complaint. Tho striped pig lias attained
renown as a successful etudcroftho liquor
law, Mr, lliickct unfolds the pathetic tain
of the pig tt hose untimely demise was caused
by txtctilto superfluity of cheek. And
the spotted pig bus become proverbial as a
type ol beauty. Fig lead was formerly used
In the manufacture of paint; but the rapldly
Incicaslng popularity ol tho Averlll Chem.
leal Faint has nearly superceded tho liso of
lead as a pigment. 'I ho A. C. I'., can bo oh
tallied mixed, ready lor use in all color.
from N. E. Way & Co., general commission,
merchants, hlxth street between Commtr
cUl and Washington avenues. 4-C-tf.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1873
A young man by the name of llatvkln,
brakeman on tho Illinois Central railroad
wat killed In a most horrlblo manner near
the town of Ellin, Pulaski county, yesterday
nt about noon. Hawkins left this city on
tno tip freight, at 11 o'clock yesterday
when tho train approached Ullln, ho went
out on top the cars, and In passing under the
bridge a short distance th'sslde of tho town
was struck by the bridge and knocked bo
tween the cars, the entire train passing over
ins uoay grinding tlic unfortunate man a!
most to atoms. Ho was dead when gath
ercd tip. Where ho lived or what dlsnosl
lion was made of the remains wc could not
A I'l.L'ASANT MATIUMONIAL EVENT.
One of the chief Incidents In our citv life
during tho past week, was tho inarrj lug of
Jir. unties O. Mtinn, son ot II. M. Jlunn,
usq., or Chicago, and Miss Julia LItcardcn,
daughter or Col. .1. S. ltcardcn or Cairo,
which Interesting event took parnatth.
residence or tho bride's lather on list sint..
bath et cuing atOI o'clock. In the nresenrn of
a iiuaii Mil try pleasant company of rela
.: ami near irienus, liiclud nz some of
our promiue nt citizens.
Shrtoly before the hournamed.thc invited
guests began to arrive, aud the interim
was very airrceablv siipni In
Intercourse, In,' anticipation ol the "coming
L'tcill. ' It lien ail lllillirs IjpIm- nnn,.nn.l
reauj tne nnue and irrooui. vcrv tasto.
fully and becomingly arrayed, entered and
and took their position, when the Itor. n
U. lliaycr, In an impressive manner, united
them In the bonds of wedlock. Congratula
tion? anu rcircsnmects fo otveil. pnnrlmli,,,-
with the distribution oftho hrl.lo'.
which was pronounced superb.
ine nr.ao wa the recipient or n niiint.nr
oi nana sonic presents, and In this particular
the groom also was not lorgottcn. The com-
pan) soon niter dispersed, and the newly
married couple, accompanied bv a snmll
party df friends, left by the two o'clock
train Monday morning on the Illinois Con
tral for Ccntralia, where thev remain.! ami
ere now have doubtless reached Chicago,
where they tvlll spend a portion of their
honeymoon." returnln? to Cairo In abmn
The parties to this "lire transaction'' arc
"'"" vaim 9 uni kuuKu anu most es
teemed young people, and carry with tlivui
In their "new departure," tho best wishes
or many Wends ror their future luj- ss
and prosperity. 'So :e It be."
HINT. COXCEUXIXO THE KLKCTIOX.
A candidate or.not : thus the mind nrono.ei.
Whether It doth seem more manly to allow
Menol every type usurp the ritrhti
Of citizens disposed to honest .-lie ;
Or to quickly seize the sword of justice,
And rushing twlt them and their ambition,
Destroy a host that tights tor them alone
And robs the pocket of a trusting public.
Such quctlons now arise, and greatly need
Hcspect from those within who-e grasp do
The Interest ot the city. Election here
Is near at hand, and gives the prit liejed few
A power at onco creative and responsible.
This consummation we desire "that none
Hut honest men shall be Intrusted
With the city's wants." Xow, then, call
Tho honest man ol merit well possessed,
uim waom no party, ring nor clique can
Though he be poor, he'll make a worthy aer
v.int To run, and to be beaten ; aye, there's the
For in dclcat what honor are to him,
Who inldtt a sordid public forward came
To claim tin suffrage ofan outraged people
And rescue virtue irom corruption's grasp
'Tlswcll for tho'e who thus are sacrificed ;
Hut yet amid the times 'tis hard to find
A man whose conscience is his own, and
(A change all say by boasted progrcsi made)
tt nose amonion Is the people's and the
Yet lu a Tew has virtue struggled hard
To preserve tmwarped, the con'clcncc or
To prove to all, the cynwaud tho skeptic too,
That virtue till exists with some below
That man esu hone'tbe,and yet anoflleer;
Or such can Cairo boast. Xor need she
O'er tccord past, a name to llud that Well
IH'crvcs a place on falthrul history's page,
The prts' iit gives Its quota, ami well can
The honor ol a llowley and, a I.ausden.
I'nica Cuhkxnt OrriCK, 1
Caiko, Monday, April 7, 1873.
The general market continues unchanged
nnd business on tha ltvoe and on 'Changs
tins boon somewhat inactive for tbe last
fow days. Corn and oaU are firm with
small demand there Is a moderato ordor
demand for meal but no domand at all In
round lots. Choice butter, eccs and uoul.
try aro in demand and icarco. 1'otatocs
and common apples aro not wanted. Thoro
is no cholco bay in tho market: buyers
were offering $17 for cholco timothy on
Hates of freights havo declined, and
boats aro now carrying to Now Orleans
at JO and -10c aud to Memphis at 17J and
Our reports of talcs aro made up from
actual transactions on.'Chango, and may
ba rellad on as showing tho correct condi
tion of the market A largo amount of
grain and product has been sold outsiio
of which wo havo no report.
MsT'Corrttspondonte should btar In
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwise stated, and that in filling small
orders higher prices must bo pald.jtgf
FLOUtt Very quiet. This branch ot
tho market has not boon so extremely dull
in sovoral months. Tbero aro no
buyers at all in tbo market
Tho little flour that is disposed of Is
sent out in small order lots, prices rang
ing from 5(j)'J 50. AYo nolo a salo ol 'JO
Mils spring supor at f S.
HAY Thero has been but little call for
hay of any kind, a few cars of choice tim
othy might bava been sold to-day if It had
been offered. Wo note sales since last re
view of 3 cars choice mixed del (17; 1 can
mixed $10 del; 00 bales damaged hay at
1 per bale; ISO bales do SI 2 and 160
bales do &0(i$Q0c.
COKX Murkot well suppliod nj
rather qu'.ot, tbo shipping demand being
mall. Tbe order trade continues good
and'prlcos are firm at previous quotations,
Bales were 2 cars whlto in bulk on track
39c; 4 cars do 38c; 3 cars mixed do 35c;
0 cars) wblto in sacks del 47; 8 cars do
4748c; 4 cars mlxml la sacks del 44c; 7
cars mixed in dundees 45c and 1 cari do
OATS Firm and in good demand at
an advance of one cent on tho
bushel. Thero was none on
the market to-day but the stock in
store is largo and Is held in expectation of
a still furthor advance. We note sales 2
cars in bulk 2Pc; 2 cars sacked and del,
sold early, 31c and 5 cars and 3 cars
sacked and del 35c.
CORN MEAL Very dull, no domand
and none selling in this market, sovcra1
hundred barrels have been sent south on
orders at low prices, liujers wero oflor
ing $22 05 to-day; holders firm at $2 25
and no aalet.
DKAN No demand. 1 car in sacks
sold delivered at $11 per ton.
WHEAT None sold on 'Obacgo.
Quotations on the streets are choice while
$2; No. 1 $1 90; No. 2 $1 80; cholco red
$1 85; No. 1 $1 75; No. 2 tl C5; Mediter
ranean $1 C5.
DUTTEH-Cholco is Tory scareo and
in good demand, 15 furklns fair to choice
sold at 28330c; 10 packages choice 30c.
EGOS Scarce and selling at 15c ship
CUICKENS-Nono in tho market to-
day. Choice bens Hod ready sale at $4
and choice mixed at 5.1 C04.
AFFliES Dull. Choice red apples aro
scarce and selling at $45 ft bbl; cholco
$3 and choice lion Davis $3 604. Driod
peaches and apples are dull at 6c.
POTATOES The stoek is largo and dc
niand very light. Choice Peach Blows
offered on 'Change at ft 80 found no buyers
We note sale of 25 bbls Southern Swoet
potatoes nt $4 por barrel.
PROVISIONS Market unchanged.
supply of all kinds only moderate. Bn-
con shoulders packed are held at Tc;
clear sides packed Pjl0c; plain country
cured ll12c; plain sugar cured do 120
Uq Inrd In tierces 7W8o; In kegs WmlOc;
pork $17 per barrel.
HAMS Sugar cured canvased, In
lots at ll15c.
BREAKFAST 1JACON lll12c.
SUGAR. Active and selling 12$c for
cotTeo A ; U14 jc for crushed, powdered
TEAS. Imperial, 7C1 25; Gunpow
der, 75l 35 ; Oolong black, 75f 1 ;
Young Hyson, $11 40.
CHEESE. Good domand j New York
factory V tt 16 17c.
SIRUPS The demand is fair for
choice at t0c$l $! gal and New Orleans
PLASTERING UAIR.-35C V bushel.
LIME. In lots $1 25 to 1 60 j bbl;
CEMENT, At wholesale f22 50
GUNNIES. Ke-sewed 2-i bushels 18c;
3 bushels 20a.
RUKLAPS.-2i bushels corn, 9i o
15jc; do 10 oz 10c; 4 bushels Oat! 20c; I
bushels 2Iq C bushels 22c.
UEESWAX.--s lb 30c.
SOAP. Schaeffer'a German laottlod
7c; Champaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW, V lb 7c.
COFPEE Scareo. Java soiling at
3032c; Laguayra 24(3)!5c; Rio, pritno to
BROOMS. Dull; common bouse sell
at fl 00; choice and extra choice $3
75 ; steamboat tl 500 00.
r itxiuui uoiion, compressed, to
New York, 85c; to Boston, $1. Uu-
compressed, to New York, $1 14; to Bos
RATES To Now Orlcsns and Viclu-
burg: Potatoes, apples, etc, 50c; pork
$1; pound freights 25c per cwt; hay
$7 50 por ton; wniskey $1 40 per bbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, otc 25c perlbl;
pound freights 171a per cwt; hay C 00 per
ton whiskey 80o per bbl; pork 60c per
UtULI. KSSTATK AUKiVCl.
(J. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (sxcond vloor) ouio lbv xx,
But and Sxll Rzal Eutati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLB
And r?ro Coatrsai ofKlo U!
John J. Hamuli. Chas. Thrupp,
JOHN Q. HAHMAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xos-lli Cor. of UIU Had Ohio Levee.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing made u
specialty. Ileal Estate bought and sold,
jgr i axes Paid, etc.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over First National bank. 3-10-3m
OIIEEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
n MI.li.VU. f
William XI. oiiberl.
utiii.m tr .l
MiIm r. Utlsrt,
awupsoi. attention glssn te Admtraltr sad
wmtwat t minim,
ornoi ohio litis, Boom T akd 8 oris
OITT VATIOVAL BAJSX.
SAJ1UEL P. WIIEELEU,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ottlce over First National bank. 3-IWm
1K AHB rOBWABBlMO.
POKWAHDING and COMMISSION
n r. k it is a i st.
DEALERS IN FJ OUK;
And ARvaM or
nio Mvatt ahl kak a witjs
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COFFEY, PACE tc CO.,
a n n
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCK
It. A. 'JUNNINGHAM '
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND IlKALKH IN
AND MILL FEED.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS s-OB FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAJKO. II,L1X0I3.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(HucoMori to E. it. UenJrlc A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
2 l.lbrsJ Adraneeoivuis ml Z4
ktTaV upon Consignments. Cp
Ar prepared to recolvx, store and torwsrd
frelghtc to all point and bur "d
sell on commiiision,
SWJJu.lnm itttnde.1 to promptlrt
JOHN B. PHLLIS & HON,
iHiiccessore to John H. liillln,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
TENTH-BT. akd OHIO LEVI
8. D. AYKIIri.
K. J. Aykiib
AVERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levkk, Cairo, Ills.
PE T E R 0 U II L,
NO. so omu lkvci:.
3-20 tr. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & RRO.
183 OHIO LKVKS,
Htm been lforo tho American putllo
0'ER THIRTY years. It has never
yet failed to (jivo ncrfett satufaction, and
Las justly Win styled Uio iianaeca fur all
external Wounds, Outs, Bums, S nrtllingi!,
(jriralns, Urulicu, dc, &c, for Hau and
aut No family should to a tingle day
Notice Is hercli) clvcn that on Tuesday,
the l.'.tli tiny ol Airil. A. I). 1873, a i(-neral
election will lio held In the city of Cairo,
Alexander county. Stati- ol Illinois fot tlic
selection or the Jollowfii nanicU niiuilcli:il
utllcerx, to-wit: A mayor, a city council, a
city clerk, it city uttoinoy, a cliy tre-iirer
anil n jiollco liiauUtrate: each or the live :,
wanls Into n'lilch tho city is uoivillvlilcd lie-In-,'
entitled to the election ortwo '1) aider
men. Tor tho iiuriioes or s.ihl election, poll
will lie opened nt thn rollowln iiamcil jila
vf, to-wlt; In tho l-'iri-t ward, at the com
Million housi! or 1". V. Davis, lq., ou tho
south slda or .Sixth (uj street, hetween Com
men ial und Washtuton usemies; In tho Sec
ond ward, nt the Kmiyli nnd Itciuly engine
house on tho cast -Iilu ofW'ii'-hliiu-tiin.'ncmio
hetween Seventh and Eighth streets; In tliu
1'hlrd ward, nt the Hihcrulan I'lixinc-hoiiso
on Thirteenth street between Commercial
uvcniio und 1'ojilar street; In tho Fourth
ward, at the court-hoiuo, and In the 1'ifth
ward, ut Mr. Sullivan's house on the north
west corner or Commercial iiveimo mid
Hy order or tho citv council.
31. .1. Howt.nv, City clerk,
.John Jl. Iu.vspen, .Mayor.
Caiko, Ills., Match 1. 1873-td
WARD k RODKRTS.
IMPKU 1IAMJIXU A SIU.V I'AIXTI.MIJ
Also dealers In ralnt-, Olls,'Olas,
NVALL PAPER, ETC.
Washington avenue and Elcveiilli street.
CAIHO AND PADUOAH
SI All, 'BOAT.
Thn splendid utoamrr
Dick Fowlkr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Siinduy o.vcc)ted) at
3p.ui For frclglit opassni-oniiplyon hoat or
to Jah. il w.t.imv, Aji't.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is irersil to su-i!t ouitu nivr lt'i tli
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Hulllday llros. oUleo, 7
onio lkvkk, or at the Coal Yard below tho
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Too "Montauk" will biW coal
aonffslile to steaineri at uny hour.
Itctnil and Prctcrijilion
Comer M'nshlnjjton Ate.
anil Eighth street.
)f chaiiioN ami raM.it skin,
Tor weak luiif-,. '
At BARCLAY BROS.
J'Oli 0ilK THROAT,
I'renaretl ami sold
v BARCLAY BROS
nl DMnrcctaut. lorbtahloj
T BARCLAY BROS.
HONEY II EE."
An l Unh.rsal fjlamlaril."
At BARCLAY BROS.
without this Xinimcnt. Tlio money .
fundcl unless tho Liniment Is as re-irc-'
eented. JJo unro nnd tret tho cenuinn
IIILXICAV ?.rtTRTAVri stt?SS,.
bold hy all Druiasta and Country Storos '
at 25c, COc. and rl.00 per UoWo,i Ngtko
etylc, elzo of bottle, ix.'r 1
a few ArrLiCATio.va maki: a
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Is Partly VegtUbls, and its operation is s
ind felt st once. It doe swst srltb taa Fliub
Appesranca caused by HcU. rsusiar, and Kiel
meat. UetUi snd remoTsssilDlotcliessa ' riinpl
dlsielllDgdatk and UDiUbUy spots. Litre ss
TSD, frtckki, aod Haaborn. and by its senile I
powerful influence mantles tbe died cbetk srit! 1
YOUTHFUL BLOOK AVS BZAUTV. :
Bold br all Dnlff?fita and Fanr Rtnra. It. '
Mrarki'Uce.ew York. ' '
Cor. I'lovrsilli mill Poplitr SI.,
InldiiiH tlin miMlf thiii in. i. ..u ............ ....
sen ice-or a Mrst-class WnSou Jlaker, and
ilsoii l'irst-clas Hori-o Shocr.and Is ready
o nianufu.'tiiio nnd repair all kinds or work
..oS trail wltl1 neatness und dispatch,
NEW YORK STOitUJ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKQItiT VAHIITT STOCK IN Tilt CITT
. GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Hinetntts atrrst assil Com
d a sis a in
BOAT STOEB3 f-
Oni Lbvib oao, In